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Mailbag and Recap, all in one!

Multi-tasking!

Q: Do you think the Red Sox will be as good as last year?

– Bree (via BBS.com)

A: Better. I love the Red Sox’s depth, more than any other team. If a guy like Ellsbury or Youkilis goes down the Sox are still a playoff contender. If Evan Longoria or Carl Crawford go out, forget about it. The pitching is by far thye best, and the offense is as good as anyone, (except New York) in my opinion.

Q: Could Mark Savard be having a more unlucky year ???

Greg

A: Probally not. It’s too bad the Bruins did not retailiate on Cooke Thursday night, they should have. This hurts the Bruins so much, who I think have been playing great. The Bergeron-Recchi-Sturm line is fantastic, and Blake Wheeler looks like he did at the begining of last season. If they had Savard, I could see a serious playoff run. But things look much more bleak now. The NHL is making a new head-shots rule, but it might be too little too late. The hit on Seabrook of Chicago was horrible, as well as Ovechikin’s on Campbell (ironic name).

 

Friday Recap:

The Celtics beat the Rockets, 94-87. Pierce had 26 points. The Celtics take on the Mavericks tonight in Dallas at 9pm.

The Red Sox lost to the Pirates, 9-7. I was at this game, right behind the on-deck circle. I got autographs from Chuck Tanner and Ron Johnson. David Ortiz hit a two run shot off Paul Maholm. I am in Dunedin tomorrow to see the Sox take on the Jays,

The Flames beat the Sharks, 4-3. The Sharks scored twice in the final two minutes, but the Flames held on to stay tied for the eight seed with Detroit.

The Oilers beat the Redwings, 3-2. Detroit remains in the playoffs by gaining the point in the SO, with the Flames still behind them. Deven Dubynk got his first career win in net for Edmonton.

News and Notes: Yesterday on WEEI’s Dale and Holley, the Bruins Shawn Thornton said he would have liked to knock out Cooke in their fight. I would have liked that too, Shawn.

Ryan Westmoreland has been moved from ICU to NRU in his recovery from brain surgery.

The Red Sox signed Alan Embree.

 

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Wednesday Sports Recap

The Celtics beat the New York Knicks, 109-97. Paul Pierce led the way with 29 points while KG collected 22.

The Red Sox lost to the Mets, 4-2. John Lackey pitched four shutout innings, but Ramon Rameriz gave up a three run homer. Jonthan Papelbon pitched a scoreless inning.

The New Jersey Devils beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 5-2. Paul Martin scored in his first game after missing 59.

News and Notes: Bruins-Pens tonight. Should be fun. Scroll down for my game preveiw on that one.

Patrice Bergeron will play tonight after taking a slap shot off the knee in Carolina.

Jed Lowrie has been diagnosed with Mono. He can still do physical activity, but will feel tired and fatigued.

JR Giddens was activated after being out six weeks by the Knicks last night vs his former team, the Celtics.

The Celtics return to action tomorrow vs the Rockets. The Red Sox have an off-day today, but return tomorrow in bradenton to play the Pirates. I’ll be there.